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IssueCounter content control is a simple way to automatically calculate and include the total number of issues in your report.
IssueCounter can calculates the total number of all issues in the report. By applying a filter (e.g.
Risk|High), you can also return a count of a subset of issues.
Starting with a simple template, we can add in the
IssueCounter control anywhere.
IssueCounter(note the capitalization). Remember that Word will automatically populate the tag field if you do not provide one.
IssueCounteryou just inserted. Your report template should now look similar to this one.
Now, after you upload your report template to Dradis, you can export your report and see the total number of issues in your report.
What if you only want to count some of the issues? It's time to apply a filter to your content control. We'll show how to filter by tags in this guide. Check out the Filtering and sorting page for more and advanced options.
If you haven't done so yet, now would be a good time to review the Filtering and Sorting section of this guide.
Risk|High. Make sure to review the filtering and sorting guide for customization and advanced filtering options.
Now, after you upload your report template to Dradis, you can export your report and see the filtered issues count.
You can also count the number of Issues that affect each Node in your project by wrapping the
IssueCounter control in a
Node control. For more on the Node content control, keep reading this guide!
We created a new block of
IssueCounter controls. For easy viewing, each content control is filtered by the value before it (e.g.
If we export an example project that contains 6 Issues: 3 High, 1 Medium, and 2 Low, each of which affects 1 of the 3 Nodes in the project, we'll end up with a report that looks like:
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